Seedorf: “At Real Madrid, if you don’t score, it’s a problem. Vinicius deserves the Ballon d’Or.”

Seedorf: “At Real Madrid, if you don’t score, it’s a problem. Vinicius deserves the Ballon d’Or.”

Clarence Seedorf is someone who knows a lot about the Champions League, having won four titles with three different teams. The former Milan, Ajax and Real Madrid player commented to MovistarTV on Carlo Ancelotti’s team’s victory in the final yesterday against Borussia Dortmund: “The match was clear. In the first half, we saw Dortmund had great opportunities, but they did not.” These goals were achieved partly through bad luck and partly because the players felt the pressure.

Against Real Madrid, if you don’t score, it’s a problem, because they are always in the game and it is very likely that, as happened, they will find the goal. The golden ball? I’ll give it to Vinicius, he’s incredibly consistent, very dangerous, scores important goals and makes assists. “For his continued performance I will give him the award, he deserves it.”

Champions League final scoreboard.
Borussia Dortmund (4-2-3-1): Koppel; Ryerson, Hummels, Schlotterbeek, Maatsen; Sabitzer, Emre Chan (35′ Malin St.); Sancho, Brandt (35′ St. Haller), Adeyemi (27′ St. Reus); A full cup. Distribution: Mayer, Lotka, Wolff, Benno Gittens, Nmecha, Ozkan, Sule, Mukoko, Watjen. All: Terzic

Real Madrid (4-3-1-2): Courtois; Carvajal, Rudiger, Nacho, Mendy; Valverde, Kroos (40′ Modric), Camavinga; Bellingham (40 Joselu Street); Rodrigo (45′ Militao), Vinicius (49′ Vazquez). Available: Lonin, Kepa, Fran Garcia, Ceballos, Guler, Diaz, Tchoamini, Alaba. All: Ancelotti

Referee: Vincic (Slovenia)
Scorers: Carvajal in the 29th minute, Vinicius in the 38th minute.
Ammoniti: Schlotterbeek, Sabitzer, Hummels (centre), Vinicius (right).

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